The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 14, 1933 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, January 14, 1933
Page 8
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA**, SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1933 COUCflJIONAL « CAKTOONS * CURIOUS WORLD By FERGUSON THE FBIUIES OF THIS SRBCIETS. CHANGE TO MALES . SVHBM 9BVC«AJ. V8AR9OLO. DO NOT BEAT THEIR. STIR* WING CASES 'WHILE IN FLIGHT, OUT HOLD THEM «1©ID THE .HfND WINGS Dp WORK.. SIDE GLANCES By GEORGE CLARK "Don't hang over ma lika that—I'll order something I don't want." THE TINYMITES By HAL COCHRAN OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS (READ THE STORY. THEN COLOR THE PICTURE) (Plcturttky Klni T UB onowshoe trick was hard to do and Duncji said, "I guess I'm through. I've tried to walk nnd tried to run, but each time I go flop. "I fear that I will be a wreck. Gee, lots of snow's gone down niy neck. You'll hnvo to give me credit, lads, 'cause I know when to stop." "Sure! When you stop, I will bezln," said little Coppy, will) a grin. I think that I can keep my balance, If I try a bit. "Just hook those snowshoes on my feet,Jind what I'll do will bo a treat. Then Duncy said, "You'd better pick a nice, soft place to sit." • • * But Coppy was a careful lad and, when some practice he had had, he moved across the snow just fine. "That's dandy," Scouty cried. "Instead of trying to lift your feet, you've sense enough to bo discreet. You keep them nattily on tho ground. Xo wonder you ca» glide." The other Tlnles tried their luck and Windy said, "dee, this takes pluck, but I am getting on to it." And then he walked real fast. At first It made him feel real proud, but soon he shouted to the crowd, "I can't do this much longer, 'cause my tired legs will not last.' 1 • • • Just then a bunny Jumped and crlad, "Hey, Tlnymltes, give ua a ride. And, say, let's use a xnowahoe. 'Twill bo better than a Hied. "You see, we'll be close to tho ground and If, while wo are pulled around, wo topple, wo won't fall so far. That's one thing we all dread." "All right," yelled Soouty, "Hop aboard!" "Hurray, hurray!" the bunnies roared. And then they shouted, "Well, let's go. We're ready for some fun." • A rope was fastened to tho shoe. The next tiling that the bunnies knew, kind Bcouty grabbed the rope und ran fin fnHt an he could run. TH|S \S ABOOT \/ T e&UCx/e *O OF MAOB. TW 1 OULt/ TtKAS. I A SOCCtSS 1 «M It-MS <3AM«, 0« TWE^K/) I \f- IK INfcATHEP'D BIROS I'uvte .:. . LOVE TA 6VT I "* W**> VOOMO-w VY6ATW«? MERE - 11 H . A T ^"5£?^? T6W 6AUU >- BEEM GOOD" TMAT soo»a DIES . OUR BOARDING HOUSE A LOT Of WATER MAS FLOWED UNDER TH'-BRtT>6 AN* MANY A TRUCK. U*D Of SCOTCH MAS 60NE OVER rr, SINCE W£VE SEEN \OLJ JAKE/' -TW LAST WE HEARD OF VOU WAS A CARD SAYIhK YOU WERE IN JAIL. •-*- •F*TRONIZIN<b HOME INDUSTRY P VOX) NSU6TA .. *\T WMM&-I WA6NT TX3IN6 A, STRETCH ! I WA'S A NIGHT smrr-DEPUTY »N T»J <sow OT= A WALL--FLOWE TANVC-^Y'VCNOW, FOR <bUYS WHO SAT OUT A CiNCH NOTH»N'TOTX>BUT EAT AN'TLAY .TINOCHLE/ By AHERN -* IF 1 weae UPFOI SIX MONTHS ON A H(P AILMENT TOCKET FLASKS OF, L \S HOWE> .SWEET HOME // TO JAKE - THE GUMPS Bad News for a Weak Heart By SIDNEY SMITH /HAT A PREDICAMENT- V4MEN WIU. WE NEXT CHECK ARRIVE ? TMINK OF BEIMtf EJECTED W?OM THE MOTEL- THINK OP THE EMBARRA£*M&NT> THE DISGRACE- IT WIU_ RUIM AWIuUIE'S CWA.NCES OF EVER MARRYIM& UMCI.E BIM- BUT THAT IS y^MMT \MIU. HAPPEN IP MAJAA DOESM'T FIND SOME WAV OUT OP THIS HOUE- SWE CAM STAND MOTH6R- OUK BltL THE HOTEL- IT UUST CAME RESTAURANT TIPS FLORIST DRUC* STORE C.O.D.'S LAUNDRY TELEPHONE TtLE&RAMS I BON'T THINK MY HEART ^ WILL STAND IT- VJELL- AAY CMILO- THERE i« ONLT ONE OUT OF IT — ,. AND THAT IS TO MARRY BEKt^AAMM <aO*\P— ... THAT IS THE ONLY WAY Xga'U- EVER BE ABLE TO PAY OUR B1LL- ANO HURRY\F YOL) HAVE , ELOPE' WIDE. THOSE • CRACKERS -QUICK: PUT THAT BOTTLE OP PICKLES IN THE TOP DRESSfcR VLL 06 TO DOOR- BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES That's Telling Him, Boots! By MARTIN FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS The Open Sea! By BLOSSER ABOARD!, FPESH WATER TANKS FILLED, AMD EVERYTHING SHIPSHAPE, THE 'SELKCEFEF* PULLS AWAV FROM • HER. BERTH- SOOfJ AS WE (SET OUT OP TWC CUAMWEL, VWtLL PASS FLEET. FBECM-ES.' BOV.'AM I ENJOYING THI3».' vjJEU.,1 VNOOLOWT TRAPS TWIS VACHT VJHAT DO >t>U THIHK OP THAT R3R A FLOIATINS ARSENAL ? V/OULD Vt>0 BELIEVE TWAT IT TOOK FOUR YEARS TO BUILD n; AND COST NEARLY MILLIOM DOLLARS? THE OUTER BREAKWATER, THE VACHT PLOWS OUT IM7D 7H6 PACIFIC^ LEAVING THE UMITEP STATES COME OW, FBBCkLBS x LETS SO IKI ASIP SEE VJHAT SHAM POO MAS FDR DIMMER ToMkSHT.'. 1 VEAH...IM So X COULP EAT '• NAILS! THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Not So Hot! By COWAN WMCW 1 . BABY, VVHAT A NIGHT I BOY, I'M A LUCKY GUY TO HAVE A NtCG LIL' AT HOMELAND A GOOD, HEAL RCADY FOR OH.CMCKt I GOT TO ABOUT WHAT YOU SAID THIS MOPMNG ABOUT SWING ON HOUS AND YOU «CC. BY WAVIKQ ONC COLD HEAL A DAY, WC CAN SAVE ONC.-TUIPD ON OUR GAS WLL, A:O«AND MUNCH? A COLD DINNER, ON WIGHT LIKE IT'S GOIN' DOWN

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